Five-star QB recruit Julian Lewis schedules another visit with UGA

The Georgia Bulldogs continue to heavily pursue five-star quarterback Julian Lewis, who is committed to the USC Trojans.

Lewis attended a Georgia spring practice and has upcoming visits with Colorado (March 22) and USC (March 30). Lewis’ next trip to Georgia is set on May 31, and it will be an official visit.

The five-star prospect recently reclassified from the class of 2026 to the class of 2025. Lewis plays high school football for Carrollton High School in Carrollton, Georgia. Lewis is rated the No. 2 quarterback and the No. 9 recruit in the country, per the 247Sports composite. The 6-foot-1, 185-pound quarterback is the third-ranked recruit in Georgia.

Last season, Lewis passed for 3,094 passing yards, 48 touchdowns and only two interceptions. Lewis was named as the MaxPreps National Sophomore of the Year for his efforts in 2023, leading Carrollton to a 11-2 season and 7A quarterfinals appearance.

The five-star will not technically have a junior season. Lewis caught the eyes of college football recruiters with his amazing freshman season at Carrollton. Lewis helped Carrollton reach the 7A state final and set a state final record with 531 passing yards in a loss.

Georgia football has a strong pitch for recruiting quarterbacks. The Bulldogs have 15 first-round picks the past two years.

Story originally appeared on UGA Wire